Networking trouble... again...

Networking trouble... again...

Post by Arnoud de Jon » Wed, 11 Dec 1996 04:00:00

Here we go again...

First my linux box had Ip address Suddenly I couldn't
set a route for this network address ( netmask, as described in an earlier message from me. Route gave
a "netmask doesn't match route address" message.

I solved this problem by changing my address to with
netmask This worked okay until this morning. I used it
for some time and all of a sudden it quit working. My route to this
network was gone. And I couldn't get it back up. The same message as
before. Ifconfig still shows my eth0 device with the right address.

The strange thing is that when I set it back to it works
fine again. This is realy strange I'm getting a bit desperate...

My Machine has redhat 4.0 with a 2.0.27 kernel.

 _oo  /
/) -)   Greetings,
"-""         Arnoud.

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